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reverse chronological order; the newest storylines are near the top,
and the oldest storylines are near the bottom of the page.
listing in chronological order is found here. Use this
index page wisely, read a bunch, and please don't just leave
after a few pages. So many do. This comic was created before
webcomics existed, was never published in print format before now, and was only
web-published in its entirety recently, making it one of the best
kept secrets of the comic world, and webcomic-cliché-free.
Now, with a new Graphic Web-Novel that began in 2007, it is still
the most original and unique comic that nobody has ever heard of.
Help discover it. Read on!
ERA THREE: 2007 - THE
DRAMATIC GRAPHIC NOVEL:
Chrusher Comix Episode #47: "End Cycle" (Volume Three: Number
A Graphic Novel
It is the year 2007, and ten
years have passed by since the events of the prior volumes. While the
authorities are searching for an elusive serial killer, one who uses
ancient weapons to torture, rape and murder, they dig up clues from a cold case
leads directly to a ghost from the past of forensic artist, and
bujutsu expert Chace Khristoph's past. And while a beautiful young psychic
the police finds Chace, she leads him into a destiny that he is most
assuredly not ready for, even though he has diligently prepared for
it all his life. A dramatic departure from my mostly humorous prior
volumes. Story: **
THE LUNATICIAL INVASION
& THE END OF CLASSIC CRUSHER COMIX
EPISODES #43-46: 1997-99)
Pretty much every
comic done before 2000 was humorous, and some rather immaturely
so. The books listed above now are my more matured work. Read
below if you want a good laugh, read above if you'd like more
Episode #43b - "Enter:
What happens when a bunch of
handicapped people with super-powers stumble into the ChrusherComix
Universe? The whole series begins to end, that's what. Though I
colored some of these in 2005/06, they are all from the late
Episode #44 - "Clogged Butts &
The Lunaticials have been revealed. Mr. Corrodedwithshitfaceman has
also been revealed, claiming to be their leader. And his mission:
Revenge on Scott "Cow" Gagnon for mocking them in school! What
happens when Chrusher's Conquerors, the Lunaticials, and the Welphys
(and a couple of Welforce members thrown in for good measure) all
collide? All logic goes flying out the door and all hell breaks
Episode #45 - "The Defecation of
In this massive, jumbo-sized issue (that includes
some of my better artwork), we see that the
largest agent of the Conqueror team, Ricktor Equalizer, has become possessed by the evil
spirit of Mr. Corrodedwithshitfaceman. His powers are amazing, and
he uses them to dominate both our beloved Lunaticials and the
Conquerors. Is this the
grand finale of the series forever?
Episode #46 - "A Very Welphy
is a "supplemental" holiday comic; like a yearbook or annual or
something. I just add a page or two or three to every XMas as a
Christmas present for my brother and friends. The finale of the
"Classic Comedy Crusher Comic" storyline. Next is the
thrilling graphic web novel called
ENTER THE WELPHY FAMILY & RAYZOR
CRUSHER EPISODES #41-43 &Supplemental comics: 1997-98 & COLORED 2006):
Episode #41 - "The
Introduction of The Welphy Family":
Meet Thomas and Annette
Welphy, the obese, elderly, and angry parents of Chrush & Mush's
friend, Adam "A.C." Welphy. Comedy ensues immediately and does
not end until what little integrity Crusher comics had utterly
left forever. Please be advised that there is plenty of
toilet/crotch humor in this issue, so if you are against that
then skip this issue. Scott Gagnon rates this comic as "the
best" and "all others are welfare food-stampage and suck." He also adds that you should
from the '90s and
Fan Art Section III - Psycho Keith & Mush:
My old high school psycho buddy
"Anti-RaYzor Slasher Comix"
which unfortunately have some very raunchy content. However,
RaYzor has his revenge here.
My old public high school buds are sick like that.
Then, my own brother,
"Mush" Stevens' does
Welphy Family comic! Classic Crusher is a
giant sketchbook with a storyline and fan art
is canon! Woe to me, as my fans are sicker than I am. I'm a good
Episode #42 - "The RaYzor's Edge"
RaYzor C. & Chris Stevens:
After the Welphy Family tore up
half of Oswego in a massive car crash and the Conquerors left a
pile of Welforce Agents at the Oswego Hospital, Ian "The Brain"
comes out of hiding and attacks RaYzor.
Partially written and illustrated by RaYzor.
& uncolored version &
#43.1 - "Don't Judge a Book..."
RaYzor is assaulted by Keith Slasher, with
accusations of a horrible, unspeakable past! Comedy
inspired by Cow Gagnon, Matt Stevens, Keith Clark, and RaYzor C. (of ""HateTheRadio" and "Zadoc... and the Nightmare" fame).
The uncolored version &
THE DARK CONQUERORS VIOLENT QUICKIE-COMICS
EPISODES #39-40 QUICKIE-COMIC SERIES: 1996-97):
Chrusher Comix Episode #39 - "The Arrival
of the Dark Conquerors":
Darkness surrounds The Conquerors. Chrusher, Mush,
RaYzor, Cow, and Ricktor have become twisted vigilantes. Chrusher has been refining his latent telekinetic powers, but
seeing "goodness" leaving the normal populace, he has turned
from the way of peace and forgiveness that his God-fearing
mother would prefer. Instead, he and his brethren have turned
vengeful on those who have wronged them. Drawn as a goof with a beer buzz in 10
minutes or less back in the mid-90s. Not my best art, but chock-full of sadistic
violence. And Danny Boyce's complete and utter victory?!
Episode #40 - "Danny Triumphant?! Finishers Off
Danny Boyce, in his own words,
f'n' rules! No plot, just profusely beating on
people & throwing them off hospital roofs into a pile and
then mocking them. If you like that kind of stuff, then read
it. If not, then skip it. It doesn't forward the rest of the
comic at all, just done for fun. Concludes in
The Welphy Comic.
RETURN OF THE CHRUSHER MINI-SERIES
(CLASSIC CRUSHER EPISODES #36-38 from 1995-96):
Chrusher Comix: Episode #36 - "The Scourge
Part One of "The Return of the
Crusher" mini-series reveals that Chrusher has been
captured by friend and fellow artist/vigilante-turned-art-teacher-and-painter, Marty
Scoville. Also, the newest Conqueror, "Ricktor" Equalizer meets up with
the newest Welforce agents, Corey and Shark, who apparently execute
RaYzor! All with a madman rapist/murderer on the loose.
Episode #37 - "Old friends / New Enemies":
As Welforce gains new
members, old Conquerors are tempted by the Welf-side.
Flashbacks to Jo-Jo Bunn's backyard football game rampages.
Episode #38 -
"RaYzor's Funeral": Chrusher returns
to find RaYzor is dead. Tons of CrusherComic characters face off! The
third chapter in "The Return of The Crusher" Trilogy.
The finale of this issue is only available only via Pay-per-view.
THE OGRE SOUNDTRACK'S STORYBOOK & OTHER
(CLASSIC CRUSHER COMIC EPISODE #35
& Supplemental comics: 1993):
Chrusher Comix: Episode
- The Ogre Soundtrack Storybook:
The toilet-humor compacted Ogre
Soundtrack's Read-Along/Sing-Along Storybook Also
accompanied by a 2-CDR set available for $15, contains
material by Chris ChrusherComix, Matt "Galletta's" Stevens,
RaYzor C., Eric Babs Babbitt, and A.C. Murphy! Music
composed & conducted by John Williams! (19 fully inked pages
with colorized covers & CD inserts!) Technically a
supplemental yearbook/annual comic for laughs, and not
entirely canon with the rest of the story. Maybe it was a
dream sequence or something.
Fan Art Section II & Chrusher's Sketchbook:
fans, friends, and family members.
RaYzor, Chris Galletta-Stevens
Eric Babs' Anti-Ogre Comix. Then we see
Dan Boyce's Anti-RaYzor & Jo-Jo Bunns Comix,
and finally, his mom
Mare's Anti-ChrusherComix Comix.
Then Chris Galletta-Stevens' mindless
"Marty Scoville #1"
(I blame too much Pepsi, snickers bars, and video games in
the early '90s).
EPISODES #1-34 (1988-1992): THE TEEN/HIGH SCHOOL YEARS:
CRUSHER" (1989-92) and
"SENIOR YEAR LUNACY"
(CLASSIC CRUSHER EPISODE #34: from 1991-92
plus supplemental comic strips):
Chrusher Comix: The
Award-Winning Buccaneer Bulletin Crusher Comics
In 1990, a few Oswego High School
teachers discovered my habit of not doing schoolwork and instead drawing
comics. Previously, I got in trouble for this. But this time it was
different, as the teachers realized that my comics were skilled way
beyond my years! I then drew comics for the school newspaper:
the award-winning comic strip series that was originally published in Oswego High School's Buccaneer Bulletin
between 1989-1992. Then, in...
- Senior Lunacy One-Shot: Most of the
Conqueror's have quit, Welforce is also having problems, a mysterious
assassin continues his deadly mission, and we meet strange new people in
this final issue of the teenager era. Drawn in pen and colored with
THE ARRIVAL OF KING BABAH & THE DAWN OF THE
(CLASSIC CRUSHER EPISODES #30-33 from 1990-91)
Chrusher Comix Episode #30 - Year Three #1
- The Arrival of King Babah: The third season (1991) kicks off with a little old and a little new. Welforce keeps trying, and keeps failing. But bigger enemies loom in the horizon for the Conquerors. And
Steven Howeird, in his new "Barbarian" persona, tries out for the Conquerors.
Episode #31 - Year Three #2 - "The Dawn of The
Barbarian!": The second chapter of the third season is perhaps one of the funniest
(and oddest) of the entire saga,
though it technically started in the previous
here. Steven Howeird has finally lost all of his marbles and
goes on a vengeful rampage after Chrusher - one that is chock full of
disgusting, vile, and vulgar humor that furries may appreciate because
they're messed up like that. Voted one of the funniest of the
saga by readers.
Episode #32 - Year Three #3 - "Fort Crusher... GONE!?": In the third issue from Season Three, Chris Crusher has to deal with the fact that Fort Crusher is annihilated in the aftermath of Steven The Barbarian's attack. In addition, he finds more clues that lead him to the mysterious entity known as King Babah.
Episode #33 - Year Three #3 - King Babah vs. The
Conquerors: The fourth and final episode of Season Three (1991) comes to a climax in this bonus-sized action-packed issue. King Babah's powers are finally revealed, and it's more than Chrusher and his high school buddy Conqueror's have ever seen before. Chrusher will need the help of some new friends, or else he will not survive.
This issue opens Crusher Comics into a whole new era, and it will be a
focal point of many future storylines, so do take note.
THE LAST DAYZ OF THE
CLASSIC CRUSHER EPISODES #25-29
WRATH OF THE RAKE [1989
CLASSIC CRUSHER EPISODES #23-24:
Chrusher Comix Episode #23 - "The Wrath of the Rake"
A 14-year-old Teenager's Graphic Novel:
Fourteen-year-old Chris Crusher and his high school buddies have some trouble. His three most formidable enemies; The Obliterator, Cow Gagnon, and Grim Raker have united to form a super-bad-guy-team; The Rake Hectors. So powerful are they, that the Conquerors and Welforce unite to stop them!
In this issue, one can really see my artwork improve drastically between
the first and last pages.
Episode #24 - Crasher Chasse vs. RaYzor - The
Rematch!: RaYzor "The Hitman", knows that his friendship with Chrusher is jeopardized if the secret to his rise to power is revealed. RaYzor tries to silence "Crasher" Chasse forever. But Crasher may have something to say about that.
Chrusher Comix Episode #25 - The Lost Second Season:
Season Two, initially started in
1998-90, is forever lost, destroyed by RaYzor. A condensed
recap into the events that occurred between "The Wrath of
the Rake" graphic novel and "The Last DaYs of The
RAYZOR'S (S)HITMAN'S COMICS [SPIN-OFF MINI-SERIES]
CLASSIC CRUSHER COMIC CHRONOLOGICAL EPISODES #19-22 (1989):
Chrusher Comix Episode #19
- David Demolisher vs. Mike Butski: Co-Written with RaYzor: Mike Butski's mouth gets him in trouble again! He was talking smack about Chrusher's old buddy Dave "The Demolisher". David demonstrates his namesake by demolishing Butski. Hitman RaYzor witnesses this and asks Dave to join the Conquerors. Butski knows the Welforce needs new agents and begins their search. Guest-artist/writer RaYzor joins in, illustrating a few pages of this issue of senseless violence
as I was busy with the Graphic Novel.
Episode #20 - (S)Hitman #1 (written by RaYzor):
mini-series #1 from 1988! In this issue, written by RaYzor (of "HateTheRadio"
and "Zadoc... and the Nightmare"
fame) and illustrated by Chris Stevens, sees RaYzor "The Hitman"
enjoying his new status as a Conqueror, dominating Welforce members.
Welforce hires new members, including a boy-genius named Ian "The
#21a - Hitman #2a - Ron Hits Puberty! Hitman comics #2 features Chrusher trying to stop Ronald Fool from sexually harassing teenage girls
after Ron's puberty was awoken by seeing his first naked woman in a porn
#21b - Hitman #2b - Scru-a-not's Counter-Attack: Then, RaYzor The Hitman teaches Chrusher how
get revenge via blowing up Salvation Army boxes with grenades. This angers Welforce and then-leader Dave Screw-A-Not, who then counter-attacks.
#22 - Hitman #3 - The Menace of Mega-Ron:
When Ronald Fool is raked in the butt by one of Cow
Gagnon's muto-rakes, he transforms into the last thing he touched...
which was an original 1984 Transformer toy named Megatron! And his
powers are astonishing! Plus, bonus pages featuring covers of a handful of prototype/never-completed issues of Crusher Comics,
1989 Crusher Comics Universe" bio and profile section.The "Crusher Comics
Universe" bio and profile section about the Classic Crusher cast of
1988-1989. Often desecrated by the fans of Crusher, this section was
inspired by 1980s Transformer tech-specs, G.I. Joe file cards, and
Marvel Universe character profile comics. Meant to be humorous, and not
a serious cast section like
this page. Included are rarely-seen
bonus pages featuring covers of a handful of prototype/never-completed
issues of Crusher Comics that any fan of Crusher comics could finish if
WELFORCE COMICS - WELF-ORIGIN and RAYZOR'S MASTER
CLASSIC CRUSHER EPISODES #14-15
Chrusher Comix Episode #14 - Welforce #1
- The Origin & Story of Mike Butski: The historic origin of Welforce is revealed as Iron Mike Butski tells the tale of how his group was founded!
Recapping a less twisted story of the forever lost "Misadventures of Mike
Butski" with all new characters and a new outlook. For years, the Misfit Bisquit has raided Salvation Army boxes, stealing from not only the church, but the poor! But find out what happened when he is finally caught in the act! Introduces several new members into the comics, including
the origin of "The Hitman" RaYzor
#15 - Welforce #2 - Ron Gets Tough:
Ronald "The Fool" Foule becomes "Kung-Fool" as he's
tired of being the weakest and most-picked-on 14 year old in The
Oswegonian High School. So he takes a martial arts class. This does
increase his toughness... but how much?
Episode #16 - Welforce #3 - RaYzor The Hitman's Master Plan Pt. 1:
Welforce Mini-Series #3 sees Ray's rivalry with
guest-star Conqueror Crasher Chasse come to a dangerous head as they
meet in an abandoned parking lot for a showdown. However, The Hitman is
a treacherous one, and then begins his master plan of ditching Welforce
and joining The Conquerors!
Episode #17 - Welforce #4 - RaYzor The Hitman's Master Plan Pt. 2:
Welforce Mini-Series #4: RaYzor betrays and dominates his old comrades in Welforce in "Hitman's Master Plan: Part 2
- Hostile Takeover!".
Co-plotted by RaYzor himself.
Episode #18 - RaYzor The Hitman's Master Plan Pt. 3:
The Hitman's Master Plan: Part Three!
Concluding the The Welforce mini-series, Hitman RaYzor tells
Chris Crusher that Ron Fool is the one who hospitalized Crasher. Chrush
is NOT amused, and allows Ray to join in exchange for the whereabouts of
the accused Ronnie. Vengeful violent abuse then ensues as they track
Ronald down to his hideout... a Salvation Army box in downtown Oswego!
Chrusher Comix: Fan Art Section I:
Behold the first
that begins with Mike Buske's revenge, because he was the object of my destruction in
1987's "Misadventures of Mike Butski" which wound up getting confiscated by
the Oswego Middle School because it had Mike getting some from teachers and
animals while robbing Salvation Army boxes for sustenance. Then, RaYzor's
1989 "Hitman Comics",
were born after RaY became a Crusher Comic addict. Finally, my 1st
"Crusher Universe" poster, and some additional fan art by
Egelston, Justin Plank, Dean Hawe and even
more by Ray! (1989).
COW'S RAKE SCIENCE & THE BIRTH OF THE
CLASSIC CRUSHER EPISODES #11-13
EPISODES #1-10: THE
MOST AWESOME TEENAGE COMIC SAGA BEGINS
THE BEGINNING OF A COMIC BOOK BY A 14-YEAR-OLD IN HIGH SCHOOL STUDY
CLASSIC CRUSHER COMICS
Comix Episode #1 - "The Slaughter":
The legendary first issue from 1988 takes us into the world
of 14-year-old high school freshman, Chris Crusher (Chrusher
for short) and takes us where the lost "Misadventures of
Mike Butski" left off. When his friends Mike Butski and
Ronald "Fool" Foule get into a fight (or is it lover's
quarrel?), Chrusher gets caught in the crossfire. This
starts off a legendary grudge triangle match between the
Episode #2 - Poor, Poor Ron:
Chris Crusher seeks revenge for getting knocked-out
in the school hallways by his nerdy friend, Ronnie Foule. But Ron's
obese girlfriend defends him.
#3 - Enter The Obliterator:
Ron Foule's cousin attempts to get
revenge on the Chrusher. 1st appearance of The Obliterator &
Aaron Terminator! Some pages have been digitally remastered
THE ORIGIN &
MADNESS OF SCOTT "THE COW" GAGNON
CLASSIC CRUSHER COMICS
Chrusher Comix Episode #4
- The Origin of Scott "Cow" Gagnon:
Scott "The Cow" Gagnon is a very unique individual. He's obsessed with butts and greased objects that he likes to sodomize himself (and others) with. In this, Cow's 1st appearance, we learn the reason why sodomy leads to destruction!
Inspired by the insane humor of Scott Gagnon.
blame this story on watching too much Teenage Mutant Ninja
Turtles and knowing my friend Scott.
- Pt. 2: The Teenage Mutant Raking Cow: Scott "Cow" Gagnon has mutated into a genetic-freak man-cow! And now he has taken hostages and is preparing to rake their @$$es, turning them into mutant creatures as well!
This entire issue was drawn entirely in pen on lined
paper one day while I was in-house suspension in High School
(my punishment for drawing comics during class). Ha, I RULE,
and PUBLIC SCHOOL SUCKS!
CLASSIC CRUSHER COMICS
Chrusher Comix Episode #6
- Obliterator's Revenge Pt. 1:
least interesting story in Crusher Comics history, though still
important to the story. "The Assassination Plot" begins as we
see that Mike Butski must answer to Chrusher for borrowing money from him for years. Years of lies have come to it's conclusion... it's time to collect! But Chrusher learns that maybe he should forgive past transgressions, as someone is looking over his shoulder for re-payment as well!
Episode #7 - Pt. 2:
Chrusher finds out that the vigilante business isn't all fun and games. Fighting for truth and justice also means you have vengeful bad guys after you. And what a monster this bad guy is!
Episode #8 - Pt. 3:
Obliterator's wrath is something to behold. Bigger, stronger, and angrier than before... he tortures our hero, The Chrusher! A lesson on bullying in public schools!
Episode #9 - Pt. 4:
The Assassination Plot continues as
The Obliterator dominates Chrusher and then seeks out Terminator.
will be zero hope for their survival... unless....
Episode #10 - Pt. 5:
"The Assassination Plot" concludes as The Obliterator, trying to destroy both Chrusher and Terminator, meets up with the newest Conqueror, Crasher Chasse!
Thus, ending the most useless mini-series in Crusher
Comics history (so if you're a casual reader and not a
Crusher Comix addict, then you can skip this mini-series).
MY 2003-2004 PROJECT: My
illustrated children's book (co-created & written by
MY OTHER COMIC FROM 1997-NOW:
Also try Towner, my
newspaper-style comic strip appropriate for all ages:
did NOT begin as a webcomic. Nor did it begin as a published comic
book. It began in 1988 (before the internet was in every American
household) as a way to pass the
time amusing myself and my friends as a 14-year-old during my high school
study halls. As a fan on animation, comic books, anime, and comic strips - as well
as being an aspiring cartoonist since I was as young as I could remember -
it was a way to mix my talent with making friends... and a few enemies.
Shortly thereafter, it started to gain a small measure of fame and starred
more and more gross caricatures of many classmates, friends, and family
members. It eventually got me in the school newspaper and I won a handful of
awards for my cartoons (three 1st places and a 2nd in three years of school
newspaper cartooning). But I didn't stop drawing them after high school, as
I consider them to be "my giant sketchbook with a storyline." So, on this
site, I am re-publishing the entire epic 18-year "sketchbook saga" from day
one, leading up to the
my brand-new webcomic, a graphic novel in 2007, a comic that is
meant for a broad webcomic audience. And, please, it is not
cliché-ridden and talent-absent as 98.9% of webcomics are - because
it wasn't originally a webcomic. It is 100% original and done by an
graphic artist/writer, not by some bored teen-to-twenty-something
with limited cartooning ability and a little knowledge of art
programs and nothing better to do (while I say most that does
not mean all - and you know what I mean). I also rated
each episode's story and art on a 5storylinebig_calendar